Doug and I are trying to wait patiently for the season to end and for the Reds to begin making moves. We discussed a couple of big reasons to be optimistic about Reds players in the Arizona Fall League, look at Cincinnati’s newest acquisition…and continue to set up what looks to be the most interesting winter in recent memory.

It’s the off-season edition of the World’s Most Dangerous Podcast!

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4 Responses

  1. Doug Gray

    Just wanted to add in that after sitting on it after recording, I probably should have at least mentioned Evil Dead/Evil Dead 2/Army of Darkness in the “scary movie” topic. Those were pretty big ones for me, too.

  2. Michael Smith


    Your opinion on army of darkness offsets your fast food fried chicken preference.

    Long Live Ash!

    • Doug Gray

      Let me be sure to point out that I am not saying other “fast foot” chicken places are bad. Heck, I’m not even saying KFC is the best (I prefer some things there, but plenty of other chicken options from Popeyes). But I am saying if you don’t actually like KFC, we can’t be friends, because it’s good stuff.

      • Michael Smith


        I have had the misfortune of living near the worse KFC in the world for a decade so my opinion is jaded